KAMM Partners & MOAs

KAMM Memorandums of Agreements (MOAs)

KAMM has signed four MOAs with sister or partnering associations.


KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS

The Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors (KAPS) and KAMM signed an MOA in April 2023. 

Link to the MOA: KAMM KAPS Executed MOA

 

Whereas  KAPS and KAMM are dedicated to advancing compliance understanding and program      management, including community engagement; and

Whereas  The organizational missions of KAPS and KAMM are complementary with respect to    promoting technical competency and professionalism of their members; and

Whereas   Both KAPS and KAMM desire to work together to accomplish their common objectives;    and

Whereas   KAPS’ mission is serving the public interest and promoting and advancing the profession          of land surveying, and KAMM’s mission is to promote public awareness, enhance                                    cooperation, and advanced the information exchange regarding natural hazards risk and                          mitigation:

 

Therefore, Be It Resolved:

That KAPS and KAMM, as of this date, agree to work together on a best-efforts basis for the purpose of seeking opportunities of cooperation for professional development that will support the mission of both organizations.


Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals

Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals (KAMP) and KAMM signed an MOA in January 2016. Link to our KAMM/KAMP MOA with a mitigation partner.

KAMM and KAMP, as of this date, agree to work together on a best efforts basis for the purpose of seeking opportunities of cooperation for professional development that will support the mission of both organizations.


Kentucky Stormwater Association

Kentucky Stormwater Association (KSA) and KAMM signed an MOA in June 2018. Link to our KSA/KAMM MOA with a mitigation partner.

KSA and KAMM, as of this date, agree to work together on a best efforts basis for the purpose of seeking opportunities of cooperation for professional development that will support the mission of both organizations.

Whereas: KSA and KAMM are dedicated to advancing compliance understanding and program management, including community engagement; and

Whereas: The organizational missions of KSA and KAMM are complementary with respect to promoting technical competency and professionalism of their members; and

Whereas: Both KSA and KAMM desire to work together to accomplish their common objectives; and

Whereas KSA’s mission is to support collaboration, training and implementation with respect to stormwater permitting and solutions to improve the quality of Kentucky’s waterways, and KAMM’s mission is to promote public awareness, enhance cooperation, and information exchange regarding natural hazards risk and mitigation.

 

 


Kentucky Emergency Management Association

Kentucky Emergency Management Association (KEMA) and KAMM signed an MOA in March 2019. Link to our KAMM/KEMA MOA with a mitigation partner.


 

KAMM Receives Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador Recognition

We are very pleased to be recognized by the National Weather Service (NWS) as a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador for the organization’s support to NWS’ goal of creating a Weather-Ready Nation.  The Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador initiative is an effort to formally recognize NOAA partners who are improving the nation’s readiness against extreme weather, water, and climate events.  

KAMM promoted NWS efforts in the Community Collaborative Rain Hail, and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network by providing several dozen official CoCoRaHS rain gauges as speaker gifts and door prizes at our 2018 conference at Lake Barkley State Resort Park.  Everyone that received a rain gauge agreed to participate in the CoCoRaHS citizen science network.  Through these efforts, KAMM strengthened an already valuable Weather-Ready Nation partnership. KAMM has collaborated with the NWS offices in Kentucky for over 20 years to promote mitigation of natural hazards in the Commonwealth.  

Link to a Story Map highlighting our recognition and many others at: https://noaa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapTour/index.html?appid=38d9ed51a5e14a4b9c32342ea3da06dd.  



 

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